File - Students attend the NDU job fair in Louaize, Tuesday, May 20, 2014. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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A recent survey showed that most new university graduates in Lebanon are not optimistic about finding jobs in the country.According to the survey, which was carried out by regional job portal Bayt.com and market research agency YouGov, 83 percent of recent graduates in Lebanon considered the availability of jobs in their country to be "low," compared to 60 percent of recent graduates overall in the 13 Arab countries in which the survey was carried out. Thirteen percent of recent Lebanese graduates said that the availability of jobs in Lebanon was 'moderate' and none of them considered the availability of jobs in the country to be 'high'.
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